Local turtle habitat gets protection

A turtle habitat on Île Reid has been protected by the Nature Conservancy of Canada. The 69 acre tract of land sits just east of Allumette Island.

Chris Lowrey
ALLUMETTE ISLAND
May 31, 2017
A local habitat for turtles and bald eagles has received protected status from the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).
The turtle habitat is located on Île Reid, a 69 acre plot of land located just east of Allumette Island.
The map turtle is the main species of the shelled-creature living in the area.

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